Thai Restaurants in Teaneck

$14 for $30 Worth of Thai Cuisine and BYOB for Dinner for Two or More at Little Basil Thai Cuisine

Little Basil Thai Cuisine

Kips Bay

Curries and stir-fries with a choice of poultry, beef, or tofu; seafood such as striped bass and steamed halibut

$30 $14

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BYOB Thai Cuisine at Little Thai Kitchen (Up to 52% Off). Four Options Available.

Little Thai Kitchen

Midtown East

Bring your own drinks to pair with spicy Thai dishes such as sauteed chicken in a peanut sauce or coconut red curry

$25 $12

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Thai Food for Two or Four at DD Thai Cuisine (50% Off)

DD Thai Cuisine

Rochelle Park

Fresh, traditional Thai entrees, such as crispy duck coated in tamarind sauce, red curry with veggies and basil, and pineapple fried rice

$30 $15

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$22 for a Thai Dinner for Two with an Appetizer, Entrees, and Chang Thai Beers at Asiam Thai (Up to $51.85 Value)

Asiam Thai

New York

Sampler platter with dumplings and shrimp gives way to artfully plated coconut curries and noodle dishes within sleek corner storefront

$51.85 $22

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Thai Cuisine at Potjanee Authentic Thai Restaurant (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Potjanee Authentic Thai Restaurant

West Village

Authentic Thai recipes inspire spicy and sweet dishes including spring rolls, pad thai, and meaty curries

$30 $15

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Contemporary Thai Cuisine for Dine-In or Carryout at Song Kran (Up to 50% Off)

Song Kran

Chelsea

Thai dishes served in a contemporary style, such as pad thai, crispy rice noodles, and the signature Side Walk and Mango Sweet Sticky Rice

$30 $15

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Tom Yum's seasoned Thai chefs create authentic Thai dishes using trademark Thailand spices. The ingredient roster also extends to such flavor-enhancers as ginger, basil, and coconut milk, the kind of milk least likely to come out of a cantaloupe. Along with traditional rice, curry, and noodle dishes, they flame-grill and saut? exotic specialties, including a lobster pad thai and barbecue chicken with papaya salad.

147 Terrace St
Haworth,
NJ
US

Named for one of Malaysia's states, Penang Malaysian & Thai Cuisine reflects the diverse history of that region in its eclectic bill of fare. The menu sates appetites with a selection of more than 100 dishes, all showcasing a blend of Chinese, Malaysian, and Thai spices and cooking techniques. Appetizers of roti canai—crispy Indian-style pancakes served with curry-chicken dipping sauce—might share table space with Malay beef satay, marinated in spicy peanut sauce and skewered on bamboo sticks. The house special, Thai basil chicken, serves up chicken with bell peppers, onion, and chili in a tasty Thai basil sauce.

334 Main St
Lodi,
NJ
US

Owners and family members Chandara and Achara Sysounthone harmonize the sweet and tangy flavors of authentic Thai and Lao cuisine in noodle and curry dishes and specialty noodle soups, drawing inspiration from their Thai mother and Lao father. Colorful mural representations of both countries plaster opposing walls as freshly prepared dishes float to tables, exemplifying the historic Mekong River market food-exchange between the two countries. Diners can customize many of the menu's meals with a one–five scale of spiciness to accommodate spice tolerance and turn up the heat on taste buds that refuse to talk.

219 Maywood Ave
Maywood,
NJ
US

When the owners of V. Thai remodeled the restaurant?s interior, complete with a show-stopping chandelier, they also tackled the menu. Classic Thai curries and noodle dishes join new Vietnamese options, such as traditional Vietnamese pho noodle soups flavored with tripe, brisket, and ox tail. The chefs whip up both Vietnamese and Thai specialty dishes, including caramel-saut?ed fish and the Sizzling Ocean Plate, which serves up the oceans bounty?everything from scallops to squid to sunken treasure?on a sizzling hot plate.

113 Danbury Rd
Ridgefield,
CT
US

During the 2012 Thai Restaurant Week, 11 metropolitan Thai eateries were recognized by Yingluck Shinawatra, Thailand's Prime Minister, with a certification from the Thai Trade Center acknowledging their superior quality of ingredients, preparation, and authentic flavors. One look at Ploi Thai's menu and it is not hard to imagine why they received such an honorable distinction. Their dishes––such as skewered chicken satay or curry-pasted salmon––tug many culinary threads, blanketing diners in a patchwork of flavors that draw from northern and central Thailand. Chefs conjure these dishes from local ingredients and seasonings, eschewing such questionable additives as MSG and textbooks that attribute the theory of relativity to Franklin Delano Einstein. Since the restaurant is BYOB, diners can tote along their own fermented beverages to pair with the sweet ginger salmon, which arrives in a pool of ginger and black-bean sauce dotted with shiitake-mushroom rafts. Inside the dining room, colorful, low-slung lights illuminate the handful of tables that are strewn across the restaurant's pale hardwood floors, and geometric cutouts and sprays of orchids punctuate cobalt walls.

245 Paterson Ave
East Rutherford,
NJ
US

Twenty years as a chef has taught Bua Nartpranin, a self-proclaimed cooking perfectionist, the secret to delicious food: fresh ingredients combined with just the right amount of spices and herbs, grown in her very own garden. Her culinary talents have taken her to northeastern Thailand, Atlanta, New York, and finally New Jersey, where she whips up dishes in the kitchen at Lotus Thai Cuisine with the motto of "always cook with love and passion." Her garden-fresh herbs and spices are found in a smattering of sauces—from the spicy chili sauce that blankets crispy red snapper to curries and basil sauce that flavor chicken and tofu. And when she is not busy cooking at the restaurant, Bua happily cooks for her three children at home or for anyone she hears is hungry and stuck in a nearby elevator.

7007 Park Avenue
Guttenberg,
NJ
US